Copyright © Kentucky Mountain Health Brotherhood. All rights reserved. KYMHA is a FTCA covered entity and its employees are covered individuals under 42 USC 233
Programme funded in part by Wellness and Human being Services
Administered past Kentucky Mountain Health Alliance, Inc.
This institution is an equal opportunity employer Accepts most major insurances.
“Este centro de salud recibe fondos del HHS y se Servicio Federal de salud pública (PHS) considerado el estado con respecto a cierta salud o reclamos relacionados con la salud, incluyendo reclamaciones de negligencia médica, para sí mismo y sus individuos cubiertos.”
340 B Drug Pricing Plan
“Este centro de salud recibe fondos del HHS y se Servicio Federal de salud pública (PHS) considerado el estado con respecto a cierta salud o reclamos relacionados con la salud, incluyendo reclamaciones de negligencia médica, para sí mismo y sus individuos cubiertos.”Blazon your paragraph here.
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“This health center receives HHS Funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) accounted status with respect to certain health or health related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.”
Coverage for Emergencies During and Afterward Hours
The 340B Program is a U.s.a. federal government program created in 1992 that requires drug manufacturers to provide outpatient drugs to eligible health intendance organizations and covered entities at significantly reduced prices. The intent of the program is to enable covered entities to stretch scarce federal resources as far as possible, reaching more than eligible patients and providing more comprehensive services.
To be eligible for the 340 B Program you have to exist a patient of
Little Flower Clinic
Eastward Main Pharmacy
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“This health heart receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Wellness Service (PHS) accounted status with respect to certain health or wellness-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.
At the Kentucky Mount Wellness Alliance, Inc. (KMHA) we are committed to providing quality healthcare to the underserved of Southeastern Kentucky. It is the vision of KMHA to ensure access to healthcare and eliminate disparities through the provision of quality holistic care.
Monday – Friday from 7:xxx AM – v:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Kentucky Mountain Wellness Alliance, Inc.
279 East Main Street
Hazard, KY 41701
Afterward Hours: 606-438-4681
Little Flower Clinic
279 E Main St.
Chance, KY 41701
Phone: (606) 487-9505
Fax: (606) 436-0071
Afterwards Hours Telephone
(606) 438- 4681
Our staff of providers, nurses, and
case managers base our success on our patients' long-term good health.
We believe in personalized care based on your health concerns.
Visits with a Medical Provider
Mental Wellness Services
- Vivitrol Injections
Retinavue Eye Testing
- Onsite Dental Services
- Dental X-Rays
Dentures & Partials
Crowns & Bridges
Custom Mouth Guards
Accept home Bleaching Trays
Oral Cancer Screenings
- Chronic Disease/Instance Management
- Wellness Education
- Laboratory Services
Onsite X-ray Section
Transportation (Patient’s ONLY)
340 B Program
- Medication Aid Programs
- Onsite Behavioral Health Services at Little Flower Dispensary
- Referrals for Diagnostics, Eye Intendance, Mental Wellness/Substance Corruption Services, and Specialty Care
- Insurance Enrollment and Eligibility through Kynect
- Patients who are uninsured will be assigned a sliding fee calibration based on gross income, and family size, according to Federal Poverty Guidelines
The mission of Kentucky Mountain Health Brotherhood, Inc. is to better, in a respectful fashion through a coordination of quality holistic services, the health and well-being of Southeastern Kentucky citizens who are underserved or at risk for homelessness.